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What is the difference between the commands adduser and useradd on Ubuntu?


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useradd is native binary compiled with the system. But, adduser is
a perl script which uses useradd binary in back-end.


adduser is more user friendly and interactive than its back-end
useradd. There's no difference in features provided.


also adduser is a wrapper for useradd.



Source: What's the difference between “adduser” and “useradd”?


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